Redono is the first technology provider for microalgae cultivation in Finland


Redono Oy, has achieved a new level, not only as biotechnology provider, but also as a representative for Varicon Aqua, with their excellent products and services for microalgae cultivation. This allows us to offer our universities and industries in Finland with the latest products and services for cultivating microalgae, through the exclusive agent agreement that we signed early this month. This makes Redono Oy as the first company in Finlandthat provides the technology for microalgae cultivation. So if you are considering on a system for cultivating microalgae, please feel free to contact us.

This allows us also to further introduce our expertise and products for creating a sustainable environment. With Redono’s technology, we can produce biofertilizers from industrial sidestreams to cultivate microalgae and to grow new plants (such as hops or strawberries) in our hydroponic systems.

We offer scalable and customizable solutions for indoor hydroponic farming and microalgae cultivation, that can be used as a circular water treatment plant for the industries, that utilizes CO2-emissions. We believe that microalgae cultivation will play a huge role in our future economy, and we are on a mission to take it to good use.

We are trying to achieve a change in our ecosystem, where different industries and future farming are coming together.
Please check our Products-page for more details.

Varicon Aqua is the manufacturer of the Phyco™ range of photobioreactors and the Cell-Hi line of algal nutrients. They are based in the UK and has a team with more than 30 years’ experience in designing, constructing and deploying algae photobioreactors and aquaculture production systems worldwide. Varicon Aqua has already deployed over 200 photobioreactor systems across the globe, ranging from 5 L to 400,000 L scale. All Varicon Aqua systems are built to high specifications using precision manufacturing processes.

Let’s make a change in our circular economy.